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Question 1: In ________, liquor stores may not refrigerate any beverage containing more than 3.2% alcohol.
OhioFloridaTexasOklahoma

Question 2: Excessive consumption of alcohol leads to a toxication-induced delayed poisoning called ________ (in Latin, crapula refers to intoxication and hangover).
EthanolVodkaAlcoholic beverageHangover

Question 3: In most Canadian provinces, there is a government monopoly on the sale of alcohol, for example the ________, or Liquor Distribution Branch of British Columbia.
Nova Scotia Liquor CorporationLiquor Control Board of OntarioManitoba Liquor Control CommissionSociété des alcools du Québec

Question 4: Wine was consumed in ________ at breakfast or at symposia, and in the 1st century BC it was part of the diet of most Roman citizens.
Mycenaean GreeceClassical GreeceHellenistic GreeceAegean civilizations

Question 5: ________ (one carbon), the propanols (three carbons giving two isomers), and the butanols (four carbons, four isomers) are all commonly found alcohols, and none of these three should ever be consumed in any form.
MethanolAcetic acidPropan-1-olIsopropyl alcohol

Question 6: Acetyl CoA carries the acetyl moiety into the citric acid cycle, which produces energy by oxidizing the acetyl moiety into ________.
Carbon sinkCarbon cycleGreenhouse gasCarbon dioxide

Question 7: Alcoholic beverages are divided into three general classes: ________, wines, and spirits.
BrewingBockBeerLager

Question 8: In each of the Nordic countries except ________, there is a government monopoly on the selling of hard alcohol in stores.
DenmarkSpainLithuaniaLuxembourg

Question 9:
Alcoholic beverage, Purple drank and Urban legends about illegal drugs are all:
IARC Group 1 carcinogens Drug culture Fermented beverages Alcohol

Question 10:
Alcoholic beverage, Kombucha and Fermentation (biochemistry) are all:
IARC Group 1 carcinogens Fermented beverages Drug culture Alcohol
















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